Senior Communication and Stakeholder Engagement Officer - Ongoing role - Sydney location - Package includes salary (108,044 - 119,061) plus super and leave loading ABOUT THE HCCC The Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC) is an independent statutory body set up under the Health Care Complaints Act 1993. The Commission has a unique role and plays a central part in dealing with complaints and maintaining the integrity of the NSW health system, with the overarching consideration of protecting the health and safety of individuals and the community. ABOUT THE ROLE The Senior Communication and Stakeholder Engagement Officer will be responsible for communicating and promoting the objectives of the HCCC to key stakeholders through the development of innovative processes, policy, publications, presentations and strategic partnerships. The position is also responsible for undertaking external relations™ project work and the development and implementation of Commission-wide communication strategies. To learn more about this position, please view the role description here. HOW TO APPLY Your online application must include a resume outlining your relevant skills and experience and a cover letter (maximum 1 page), describing your suitability for the role. You will also be required to respond to the two targeted questions listed below (maximum 1 page each) 1. Describe a time where you had to manage various stakeholder groups with competing needs to deliver on a significant work project. What was the context, how did you approach the stakeholders and what was the outcome? 2. Describe a time when you how to manage working in a high volume and fast paced environment. What was your role, how did you manage the workload and what was the outcome? The selection process will include a behavioural based interview, a work sample assessment and online cognitive ability testing to assist in determining your suitability for the role. The successful applicant will be required to complete a Background Verification Check. A talent pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles of the same work classification that may become available for filling over the next 12 months. Applications close Tuesday 28 August 2018 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION For any questions about the position, please contact Paul Spink, Executive Officer, on 02 9219 7483. For any questions about the recruitment process, please contact HCCC HR on HRhccc.nsw.gov.au. For more information about Employment at HCCC please follow this link www.hccc.nsw.gov.auAbout-usEmployment
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
About Arts Centre Melbourne Situated in the heart of Melbourne™s cultural precinct, Arts Centre Melbourne presents world-class performing arts in a year round exciting program. Experience Australia™s best performing arts companies and exceptional international productions, alongside celebrations of comedy, cabaret and popular music. Arts Centre Melbourne has a number of key Food and Beverage outlets which cater to the millions of visitors we attract annually. These include The Barre, Foyer Bars, Bombini Buzz, CafÃ© Vic, Cento, Members Dining Room as well as great spaces where we cater for conferences, meetings and events. For a glimpse into Arts Centre Melbourne click here. The Opportunity We currently have a number of opportunities for talented, enthusiastic and friendly food and beverage attendants into the Foyer Bar outlets, Cento, and The Barre. Cento - Our al fresco cafÃ© located right on Melbourne™s favourite boulevard, St Kilda Rd, just out front of Arts Centre Melbourne. Popular for your morning coffee fix, Cento serves up delicious coffee, freshly baked cakes and biscuits, and savoury snacks in the open-air surrounds on the forecourt of Arts Centre Melbourne. Open nearly all-year round, it is particularly appealing on balmy summer afternoons to soak up the sun and enjoy a wine and snack to eat pre-show. Foyer Bars “ Situated amongst our Theatres Building and Hamer Hall, our Foyer Bars provide a dynamic Food and Beverage offering to show goers. From the gala Opening Night for The Opera to The Melbourne Comedy Festival, the Foyer Bars maintain the old-world charm and excitement of going to the Theatre. The Barre “ Running along the curve of the ground floor of the Theatres Building, offers a touch of luxury and hint of showmanship. It is often filled with the lively pre and post show atmosphere that takes the bar and eatery from early evening to late night - offering combination of a mix of great food, wines, cocktails and friendly service. To be successful you will have Demonstrated experience in the delivery of customer service excellence Experience as a bar tender Experience in cash handling Must be available to work occasional nights, holidays and weekends Hold a current RSA Certificate Excellent Barista experience for opportunities in Cento Arts Centre Melbourne employees enjoy a range of benefits including Opportunity to receive free house seats and complimentary tickets to our shows Organisational-wide learning and development and wellbeing programs Discounted commuter benefits and onsite car-parking Access to health care insurance at competitive rates Food and beverage discounts at our staff cafÃ© and surrounding restaurants How to Apply Interested applicants must address the above key criteria in their cover letter and submit together with a current resume as one combined document. Please refer to the position description for further information. Submit your application before 2 September 2018. Early applications are encouraged as suitable candidates may be invited to attend an interview prior to the closing date. Applications are open to those with full-working rights in Australia. Arts Centre Melbourne is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Victoria St, Elsternwick VIC 3185, Australia
Lawyers (Grade I) Exciting and challenging opportunity to work in a specialist law enforcement agency Great CBD location Fixed term employment for a period of up to 2 years™ full-time Salary From 66,198 - 75,686 per annum (excluding superannuation and leave loading) Contact Human Resources “ 9269 3888 Closing Date 11.59pm on Tuesday, 28 August 2018 About the NSW Crime Commission The New South Wales Commission is established to investigate and disrupt organised crime and other serious criminal activity and to pursue confiscation of the proceeds of crime. The Commission is structured into a number of sections consisting of operational divisions, support teams and specialist units. The Commission™s Legal Unit, which exercises independent professionalism at all times, provides legal services (including legal advice, litigation services and transactional legal work) to the Commission. Significant aspects of the work include conducting confiscation litigation and preparing and making applications for statutory warrants on behalf of the Commission. About the role The role of Lawyer is responsible for providing legal services to ensure that the Commission complies with all relevant legislation, policy and procedures. The role acts for and provides independent legal advice to the Commission regarding a range of legal transactions and litigations proceedings, and undertakes legal research and analysis to support the functions of the Commission. It is preferred that applicants have two years™ experience as a lawyer. Essential Requirements Eligible for admission as a legal practitioner by the Supreme Court of NSW. Excellent research, analytical and problem-solving skills, including an ability to apply legal procedures and principles. Ability to work in a high volume work environment and prioritise work. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, including an ability to liaise and cooperate with other legal professionals. Ability to present options in order to resolve legal issues, including the capacity to anticipate and provide independent advice regarding possible legal issues arising from recommendations and case reviews. Ability to deal with and maintain confidential and sensitive information with tact, discretion and judgement. Ability to work cooperatively as part of a multi-disciplinary team and with minimal supervision. Knowledge and understanding of the functions of the Commission. Key challenges in this role include Undertaking concurrent legal assignments with competing, frequently urgent deadlines where workflow and work volume is unpredictable. Integrating a broad range of technical, operational and policy information in analysing the legal implications of decisions and actions. Maintaining an excellent working knowledge of legislation, policy and procedures that may have a legal implication for the Commission. Balancing the need to display tact and discretion while remaining impartial, unbiased and independent when providing legal advice. Sharing information appropriately in a team setting while maintaining confidentiality and secrecy of certain matters. To learn more about the roles please review the role description. The NSW Crime Commission is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, Workforce Health and Safety, Ethical Practices and the principles of Cultural Diversity. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with disabilities to apply. Job Status Fixed term contract under the Government Sector Employment Act 2013. Persons are eligible to apply for this role only if they are Australian citizens. This is a requirement of the Commonwealth Security Vetting process. How to apply All applications must be forwarded to hrcrimecommission.nsw.gov.au. Once your application has been received, you will be notified by email to advise receipt of your application. Applications will not be accepted via ˜I work for NSW™ To apply for this position, please submit a brief covering letter (no longer than two pages). In the covering letter, please answer the two pre-screening questions below (we are looking for you to demonstrate your competency with reference to the Focus Capabilities as specified in the role description) Question 1 Explain how you have worked through a particular issue as a lawyer or within a legal role, so as to demonstrate your ability to identify problems and solutions Question 2 Give an example in your professional life of acting with integrity. Then, in separate documents Attach a resume (maximum 5 pages) including your residential status and Attach a document (maximum 2 pages) outlining how you meet the Essential Requirements and Capabilities for the Role as specified in the role description. Applicants invited to interview will be required to complete additional assessments. The recommended candidates must be willing to participate in and secure appropriate security clearances (including a Commonwealth security vetting clearance), and provide details of financial interests and other relevant information about themselves and their associates. All appointments are subject to attaining appropriate security clearances. Applicants are also advised to refer to the Commissions Guide for Job Applicants to obtain further information about applying for a role at the Commission. To find out more about the NSW Crime Commission please visit httpwww.crimecommission.nsw.gov.au
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Your organisation “ Mackay Hospital and Health Service Mackay Hospital and Health Service has eight hospitals, two multi-purpose health services and two additional community health services that employ more than 2,700 staff. The Mackay district covers an area of approximately 90,000km2 and provides services to approximately 182,000 people in Bowen, Cannonvale, Clermont, Collinsville, Dysart, Glenden, Mackay, Middlemount, Moranbah, Proserpine and Sarina. >> Click here to find out more information about the Mackay HHS << Your role This role is responsible and accountable for delivering quality patient focused, evidenced based nursing care providing leadership, direction and support to other nursing staff and students and working collaboratively with the interdisciplinary team in the Renal Unit. Your team The Renal Unit provides maintenance dialysis to over 60 patients, through a service that is open 6 days a week with 2 daily dialysis sessions. A multidisciplinary team provides outpatient care to over 600 Chronic Kidney Disease patients at varying stages of the disease. Patient education is provided by the CKD CNC and Home Therapies nursing staff, to promote home dialysis as the primary focus for optimal quality of life. Important information about this EOI Portal The EOI Portal is just one avenue of seeking employment with the Mackay HHS. Vacancies will also be advertised on the Smart Jobs, Seek and LinkedIn websites. By submitting an application, you will not automatically be considered for advertised vacancies for other jobs within the MHHS. If you wish to be considered for a specific advertised vacancy, submit your application online via the Smart Jobs website. If deemed suitable, your details will remain in our system and you may be contacted further should an opportunity arise. Why work for Mackay HHS? Mackay HHS provides a working environment which embraces professional development, builds capabilities, provides roles with variety and flexibility, supports staff to maximise their health and wellbeing and encourages worklife balance. Some additional benefits include Competitive remuneration package Up to 12.75 employer superannuation contribution 17.5 annual leave loading Salary packaging Employee Assistance Program Wellbeing initiatives and programs Conditions of employment In addition to any mandatory requirements specified on the Role Description, such as Professional Registration and Qualifications, and prior to being made an offer of employment, incumbents are required to demonstrate their immunity to all or some of the following Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) Hepatitis B, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Varicella (chicken pox), Pertussis (whooping cough). >> Click here to find out more information about VPD << To apply for this exciting opportunity Before applying ensure that you download and read the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants. Provide a short response (maximum 2 pages) outlining how your experience, abilities and knowledge will enable you to achieve the key responsibilities of the role. This is an opportunity to tell us about yourself, your professional career and why you are the right person for this job. Attach your current resumeCV, including contact details of two referees, preferably your currentpast supervisor, who can confirmsupport your capabilities, work performance and conduct within the previous two years. Applicants applying through a website other than Smartjobs (such as Seek, LinkedIn, Jora, Indeed) Click on ˜Apply Now and you will be re-directed to the Smartjobs website where you can view the documents mentioned above.
Dumbleton QLD 4740, Australia
About the role The role of the Occupational Therapist will need to demonstrated advanced level of occupational therapy clinical services in the area of acute inpatient services and application of advanced level of expertise, skills and clinical knowledge in acute inpatient occupational therapy clinical services, in a complex multidisciplinary team in accordance with the Professional Practice Standards using well developed assessment, intervention and independent decision making reflecting evidence informed practice. Vaccination Preventable Disease This role is designated as ˜Vaccination Preventable Disease (VPD) risk role. You must be able to provide evidence that you either have been vaccinated against the VPDs listed in the role description or you are not susceptible to the VPDs listed in the role description. You will be asked by the recruiting manager to supply this evidence if you are the preferred candidate for the role. More information and evidence forms can be found at here. Really care - Every day we are proud of how we care for our patients, how we work together and how we deliver our work. You matter - We are part of the community we serve. What is important to our community is important to us. We respond to your feedback about our work, our attitude, the services we provide and the way we provide them. We deliver - Our patients, their families, our colleagues, our staff, our partners and our community can be confident in our people and our services. We honour our commitments. Be the best - We are here to make our patients healthcare experience the very best it can be. We aspire to realise our vision and be Your Partner in Healthcare Excellence. About West Moreton 40 Minutes from Brisbane CBD 9,521 kilometres region supporting over 250,000 people One of 16 Hospital and Health Services (HHS) within Queensland Health Fastest growing region in Australia with projected increase of 136 by 2036 490.5 Million budget and 2,934 full time equivalent staff One of the largest employers in the region Ipswich Hospital Major 351 bed acute teaching hospital with one of the Queenslands busiest and best performing emergency departments. Specialities including anaesthetics, emergency, medicine, surgery, intensive and coronary care, orthopaedics, obstetrics, paediatrics, palliative care, rehabilitation, mental health and allied health services. The Park As one of the largest mental health facilities in Australia and Queenslands only high-security forensic mental health centre, The Park is the states hub for research and best practice for mental health services. Regional Regional hospitals located in Esk, Gatton, Laidley and Boonah with a total of 75 beds. Community A wide range of health services provided to correctional facilities as well as community dental clinics and health programs. To apply you will need to download and read the role description and information package. If you are viewing this advertisement on Seek, to access the Role Description please click on œApply for this job to be taken to our website.
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
We™re looking for a highly motivated and solutions oriented commercial finance business partner to join our Financial Services team. If you are inquisitive, inquiring and willing to constructively challenge the status quo, we™d love to hear from you. Permanent Geelong For more than a century, Barwon Water has provided high quality water and sewerage services to customers. Building on this strong foundation, we™re now entering a new phase. Recognising the challenges of climate change, population growth, rapid technological advancement and economic transition, we are shifting our mindset from water utility to helping lead our region™s prosperity. About the role You will provide commercial financial advice and insights on current financial performance and identify opportunities to further optimise revenues, reduce costs and optimise cash flows. Your commercial advice will be critical to ensure that adequate return on investment and funds employed are targeted and achieved and that pricing submissions for non-regulated revenues will support profitable revenue growth and sustainable margins. Key responsibilities of the role preparation and analysis of financial models to perform commercial evaluations of business cases and pricing decisions leading the development of budgets, providing effective and reliable outlooks and forecasts for the business develop a tailored pricing and commercial model in collaboration with the relevant management teams that can be readily applied in proposing and bids for commercial works. Skills and experience a relevant businesscommerceeconomics tertiary qualification postgraduate accounting qualification (CACPA qualified) strong customer service, stakeholder engagement and partnering mindset demonstrated experience in preparation and evaluation of commercial proposals demonstrated experience in preparation of financial andor economic models and extracting and manipulating data using Microsoft Excel strong analytical skills to aggregate and interpret issues from a variety of sources. At Barwon Water we believe that every individual has something valuable to offer. We understand that the more diverse workforce, the wider the variety of ideas we bring to the table. In this role you will enjoy being part of an organisation that values results, professional growth, workplace diversity and a balance between work and life commitments. Get in touch To find out more about this opportunity, contact Jenny Grapsas, Chief Financial Officer, on (03) 5226 2349 or 0413 595 520. For a copy of the position description, please email recruitmentbarwonwater.vic.gov.au. Applications close on Sunday 26 August 2018.
Geelong VIC 3220, Australia
A large Government department based in Rozelle are looking for a Customer Service Officer to join their team ASAP The position is to receive, record and progress incoming telephone calls in a professional manner. You will be receiving payments, processing receipt requests and generating invoices for clients. The position requires you to use a telephone system , Oracle accounting system and a computer. The initial contract will finish on 13112018 but this is highly likely to be extended. Key Responsibilities Answer incoming telephone calls and ensure all relevant information is obtained and recorded. Act on each call appropriately by answering inquiries or referring calls to the right employees or departments. Assist in the preparation and correction of Reports, data and the collation of statistical information needed, cheques and credit card payments. File documentation relating to account transactions, invoices, correspondence, cash, receipts and banking. You will have Experience in using computerised accounting systems, spreadsheet and word processing applications 3-6 months experience working in a call centre Typing speed of 30 wpm with an accuracy of 98 Understanding of principles and intent of NSW Privacy legislation Experience with delivering a high level of customer service and effective decision making If you would like to be considered for this opportunity, please submit your CV in word format to Siobhan Smith.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Employment Type Permanent Full Time Position Classification Registered Nurse Remuneration 62,619.5 - 87,926.11 per annum Hours Per Week 38 Requisition ID REQ59868 Northern NSW Local Health District is committed to reconciliation and strongly encourages Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander people to apply for this position, All applications from Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander people will be viewed most favourably. For help with your application to this role visit Stepping Up, our online recruitment resource for Aboriginal people. Please note, to apply for this position you must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident, or be able to independently, legally live and work in Australia. For more information please see www.border.gov.au Where you™ll be working œA healthy community through quality care Northern NSW Local Health District is located in north eastern NSW, extending from Grafton in the south, to Tweed Heads on the Queensland border, and west to Tabulam and Urbenville. Northern NSW offers a diverse range of landscapes and lifestyles, from world-heritage listed mountain ranges, to world-renowned surfing breaks, and everything in between. Our people live in some of Australia™s most vibrant regional centres, with first class infrastructure, unspoilt natural wonders, pristine coastlines, and a thriving arts scene. It™s a fast-growing region with rewarding careers and adventures to be found among the large cities, regional towns and relaxed rural villages. For more information visit Northern NSW Local Health District What youll be doing The Registered Nurse coordinates and delivers high quality person-centred nursing care in accordance with the Nursing Midwifery Board of Australia Standards for Practice for Registered Nurses, and the Policies and Procedures of the MoH and NNSWLHD. Nursing care is provided utilising the principles of Trauma Informed Care and Recovery and in accordance with the National Practice Standards for Mental Health Workforce 2013 and the NSW Health Mental Health Competencies. Current registration with Nursing Midwifery Board of Australia as a Registered Nurse (Division 1) Availability and capacity to participate in a 24 hour seven-day rotating roster which includes working all shifts, all days of the week including public holidays. Demonstrated effective communication through the use of information technology, written, verbal and interpersonal skills with the ability to identify key messages, issues and concerns when communicating with others. Knowledge and understanding of person-centred care, evidenced based practice and quality improvement. Demonstrated understanding of and ability to practice in accordance with legislation, policies and within the scope of practice of a Registered Nurse. Experience working in a relevant mental health setting andor enrolment in post graduate mental health education. Knowledge and understanding of how to apply Trauma Informed Care and Recovery principles in the care of people with mental health issues. Demonstrated and articulated knowledge of the NSW Mental Health Act, NSW Mental Health Competency Standards and National Practice Standards for Mental Health Workforce 2013. Demonstrated ability to use problem solving skills and a multidisciplinary team approach in the planning, delivery and coordination of patient care. Need more information? 1) Click here for the Position Description 2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Helen Riley on Helen.Rileyncahs.health.nsw.gov.au Applications Close 27 August 2018 To view the position description or submit your applications please click the Apply button below. We are committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, Ethical Practices, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and promote a smoke-free work environment. Appropriate criminal record and child protection checks conducted for all positions.
Rock Valley NSW 2480, Australia